Posts Tagged:discrimination

New York City Council Member Calls for Open Discrimination Against Catholics

A New York City Council Member urged the city to consider cutting off funding for Catholic Charities of Brooklyn because it is “anti-gay.” “Anti-gay discrimination is real and tremendously hurtful especially when it is done by the bishop of the church of which you are a faithful member,” wrote Council Member Daniel Dromm, who chairs…Read More

Court Rules Cake Shop Must Make Cakes Celebrating Transgenderism

A Colorado district court ruled that Jack Phillips, owner of Masterpiece Cakeshop, must create custom cakes celebrating gender transitions. The Wednesday ruling is the latest event in a long saga involving Phillips, a devout Christian, and customers seeking him out to demand he make custom cakes celebrating the LGBT movement, which he opposes on religious…Read More

Supreme Court to Decide High-Stakes ‘LGBT’ Cases

The U.S. Supreme Court will begin its 2019-2020 term with a thunderclap: a trio of cases that could result in the extension of federal employment protections that now bar discrimination based on “sex” to encompass workers who identify as “gay” or “transgender.” “When Title VII passed in 1964, there is no question that Congress at…Read More

Senate Passes ‘Religious Test’ Resolution on Knights of Columbus

The Senate yesterday passed a resolution saying it would be “unconstitutional” to consider membership in the Knights of Columbus a disqualifying criteria for public office. The resolution passed by unanimous consent, meaning it went unopposed by senators of either party. The Jan. 16 resolution was drafted and introduced by Sen. Ben Sasse (R-NE) in response…Read More